School of Photography & Media Studies
Who We Are
The School of Photography and Media Studies encompasses the Photographic Technology department, the Digital & Interactive Media Production program, and the Broadcast Television Production program. Our three different programs can each be completed in less than two years. The progressive curriculums offer the highest level of technical proficiency needed to compete successfully in today’s job market.
The Photography program covers digital photography, videography, commercial, editorial, advertising photography, as well as the medium’s history and aesthetics to prepare students as visual communicators. Students have an opportunity to continue their photography studies with a B.S. in Photography through our 2+2 partnership with the University of Central Florida.
The Digital & Interactive Media Production program aims to equip students with the technical proficiency needed for entry-level positions as media, multimedia, and interactive media editors, and producers including sound and graphic design.
In the Broadcast Television Production A.S. degree program, students gain hands-on experience in recorded electronic field productions, live-to-air television productions, directing, producing, and more. The 24-hour Broadcast Television Production and the 12-hour Television Studio Production Certificates prepare students for employment as television and video production personnel.
Digital & Interactive Media
With degree in Photography and Media Studies, you can make a difference.
Broadcast Television: Producer, Director, Audio Operator, Camera Operator, Floor Director, Graphics, Jib Operator, Lighting Technician, Non-Linear Editor, Prompter Operator, Shader, Technical Director, Video Replay Operator
Digital & Interactive Media: Multi-media Producer, Videographer, Interactive media specialist, UI/UX designer, Sound designer, Content creator, Graphic designer, Non-traditional advertising & designer
Photography: Architectural, Commercial, Advertising Illustration, Editorial, Industrial, Product Photographer, Fashion, Fine Arts, Freelance, Photojournalist, Editor, Photo Educator, Portraiture, Special Events
See more career options and learn about a degree in each field by visiting the programs detail page.